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My children have been playing with boondoggling as of late.  This is what they have come up with so far.  I never really played with this as a kid I think I made one that was square like my youngest daughters and I don’t think I ever even finished it.  They just came back from camp and the youngest two learned how to do this there.  The oldest already knew how from teaching herself with scubidous, a tube cord, where boondoggling has flat cords but it is still the same thing.  This is a type of weaving.  I think the patterns are pretty neat on some of these.  They are still working on these the only two they considered done are  the black/white one and the glow in the dark one.  I assume there has to be a way to make the ends look more finished but I know nothing about this type of thing so theya re on their own on this one.

names for the same thing  Scoubidous, boongoggle and lanyard

Youngest daughters

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Middle daughters

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Oldest daughters

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Laurie
    Aug 19, 2010 @ 10:27:54

    >I know it by the name of lanyard making. Always had fun with it in Girl Scout camp. All the camp counselors had a lanyard with a name tag or whistle around their necks. Brings back memories.


  2. Ashley
    Dec 22, 2011 @ 19:09:56

    Those are really cool boondoggles! I was wondering how you make them?


  3. Bridgette
    Jul 30, 2012 @ 10:16:58

    I love doing those!!!! Great Job! šŸ™‚


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